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4 Workers Injured in Pasadena SunEdison Plant Explosion

Early this morning at the SunEdison plant in Pasadena, Texas, an explosion occurred that injured at least 4 workers.

Details remain sketchy as the situation is still unfolding.

While the fire is reported to be largely contained, smoke continues to pour from the facility as of 9:30 a.m. CST, according to footage captured by KHOU’s Air 11 news helicopter.

The plant affected, located at 3000 N. South Ave. near Beltway 8 and the Buffalo Bayou, was originally reported to have been the Albemarle facility instead but this was inaccurate and quickly corrected.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to those injured, as well as their families, as a result of what was likely a preventable or avoidable “accident.”

If you or a loved one have any questions about your rights and responsibilities in the wake of the SunEdison plant explosion, feel free to contact our plant explosion lawyers for a free consultation by dialing 1-888-603-3636 or by entering your name and contact information in the contact form.

Our trial firm has the experience necessary to help you and your family because we have successfully handled hundreds of plant explosion claims over the past decade, including BP Texas City, Williams Olefins Geismar, International Paper Vicksburg and Imperial Sugar Port Wentworth.